|Aeterna Anima - Where Is The End Of Voidism? [mir021] - Aeterna Anima|
From Russia comes Aeterna Anima, which is latin and means eternal soul. Aeternia Anima is an one-man project which aim is to show the importance of traditions through the music. Previously Aeterna has released two demos and been featured on an compilation. The music on "Where is The End of Voidism?" is quite straight forward dark ambient, with some nice twists. Along with the drones, bells and samples there's alot of vocals, sometimes spoken sometimes whispered...
Keywords: dark; ambient; aeterna anima; mirakelmusik
|Ideell - Grunn [mir023] - Ideell|
Behind Ideell is 16 year old Alexander Eldefors, from Åre, Sweden. Grunn is his first ep, but it has been lying on my harddrive collecting dust so long that Alexander managed to record and release a beautiful mini-album since I got the ep. To me Grunn sounds like summer nights, the sun slowly starts so set with "Someone had a thought, I know who". When "So beautiful outside, so sad inside" comes along, we can clearly see the stars...
Keywords: ambient; electronica; mirakelmusik; ideell; grunn; glitch
|Maurizio Bianchi - Mokushi XVI, XVI [mir017] - Maurizio Bianchi|
"Mokushi" is the japanese translation of "apocalypse", and all the dictionaries give to it the meaning of "great catastrophe, total disaster, weighty calamity". Simply this is a common place, a cliché which we must demolish. In reality the root of the word "apocalypse" comes from the greek "apokàlypsis", which means "discovery, revealment", and on it we don't find simply a fatalistic message of world's destruction, but a discovery, a revealment of divine truths, the plain truths...
Keywords: noise, ambient, experimental, industrial, maurizio, bianchi, mokushi, mirakelmusik
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